BSK

BSK is a Swedish architectural office. Probably the most Swedish architectural office of all. Now they celebrate fifty years. In this anniversary booklet, the employees themselves recall the decades under the Royal Swedish Building Agency, the brutalist 1970’s projects, but also the 90’s crisis with its sudden demands on spectacular brand architecture.
Instead of a gold-plated foil, the starting point has been a simple file folder. In the folder, texts and images have been collected. The design is deliberately unorganized. Images overlap, text flows over images, contrasting paper qualities are mixed.
But the structure soon becomes clear to the reader. The project descriptions are sandwiched between extended interviews with the office’s seniors and juniors; a colourful column presenting all employees runs throughout the product as a backbone; facts and figures on sales, number of employees and the companies organizational structure are presented in graphs and diagrams. A highly minimalist design motto has resulted in a maximalistic expression.
BSK 50 has been nominated by AIGA as one of last year’s 50 best-designed books.

Awards
American Institute of Graphic Arts, NY, AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers of 2016.


BSK

BSK is a Swedish architectural office. Probably the most Swedish architectural office of all. Now they celebrate fifty years. In this anniversary booklet, the employees themselves recall the decades under the Royal Swedish Building Agency, the brutalist 1970’s projects, but also the 90’s crisis with its sudden demands on spectacular brand architecture.
Instead of a gold-plated foil, the starting point has been a simple file folder. In the folder, texts and images have been collected. The design is deliberately unorganized. Images overlap, text flows over images, contrasting paper qualities are mixed.
But the structure soon becomes clear to the reader. The project descriptions are sandwiched between extended interviews with the office’s seniors and juniors; a colourful column presenting all employees runs throughout the product as a backbone; facts and figures on sales, number of employees and the companies organizational structure are presented in graphs and diagrams. A highly minimalist design motto has resulted in a maximalistic expression.
BSK 50 has been nominated by AIGA as one of last year’s 50 best-designed books.

Awards
American Institute of Graphic Arts, NY, AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers of 2016.


BSK

BSK is a Swedish architectural office. Probably the most Swedish architectural office of all. Now they celebrate fifty years. In this anniversary booklet, the employees themselves recall the decades under the Royal Swedish Building Agency, the brutalist 1970’s projects, but also the 90’s crisis with its sudden demands on spectacular brand architecture.
Instead of a gold-plated foil, the starting point has been a simple file folder. In the folder, texts and images have been collected. The design is deliberately unorganized. Images overlap, text flows over images, contrasting paper qualities are mixed.
But the structure soon becomes clear to the reader. The project descriptions are sandwiched between extended interviews with the office’s seniors and juniors; a colourful column presenting all employees runs throughout the product as a backbone; facts and figures on sales, number of employees and the companies organizational structure are presented in graphs and diagrams. A highly minimalist design motto has resulted in a maximalistic expression.
BSK 50 has been nominated by AIGA as one of last year’s 50 best-designed books.

Awards
American Institute of Graphic Arts, NY, AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers of 2016.


BSK

BSK is a Swedish architectural office. Probably the most Swedish architectural office of all. Now they celebrate fifty years. In this anniversary booklet, the employees themselves recall the decades under the Royal Swedish Building Agency, the brutalist 1970’s projects, but also the 90’s crisis with its sudden demands on spectacular brand architecture.
Instead of a gold-plated foil, the starting point has been a simple file folder. In the folder, texts and images have been collected. The design is deliberately unorganized. Images overlap, text flows over images, contrasting paper qualities are mixed.
But the structure soon becomes clear to the reader. The project descriptions are sandwiched between extended interviews with the office’s seniors and juniors; a colourful column presenting all employees runs throughout the product as a backbone; facts and figures on sales, number of employees and the companies organizational structure are presented in graphs and diagrams. A highly minimalist design motto has resulted in a maximalistic expression.
BSK 50 has been nominated by AIGA as one of last year’s 50 best-designed books.

Awards
American Institute of Graphic Arts, NY, AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers of 2016.


BSK

BSK is a Swedish architectural office. Probably the most Swedish architectural office of all. Now they celebrate fifty years. In this anniversary booklet, the employees themselves recall the decades under the Royal Swedish Building Agency, the brutalist 1970’s projects, but also the 90’s crisis with its sudden demands on spectacular brand architecture.
Instead of a gold-plated foil, the starting point has been a simple file folder. In the folder, texts and images have been collected. The design is deliberately unorganized. Images overlap, text flows over images, contrasting paper qualities are mixed.
But the structure soon becomes clear to the reader. The project descriptions are sandwiched between extended interviews with the office’s seniors and juniors; a colourful column presenting all employees runs throughout the product as a backbone; facts and figures on sales, number of employees and the companies organizational structure are presented in graphs and diagrams. A highly minimalist design motto has resulted in a maximalistic expression.
BSK 50 has been nominated by AIGA as one of last year’s 50 best-designed books.

Awards
American Institute of Graphic Arts, NY, AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers of 2016.


BSK

BSK is a Swedish architectural office. Probably the most Swedish architectural office of all. Now they celebrate fifty years. In this anniversary booklet, the employees themselves recall the decades under the Royal Swedish Building Agency, the brutalist 1970’s projects, but also the 90’s crisis with its sudden demands on spectacular brand architecture.
Instead of a gold-plated foil, the starting point has been a simple file folder. In the folder, texts and images have been collected. The design is deliberately unorganized. Images overlap, text flows over images, contrasting paper qualities are mixed.
But the structure soon becomes clear to the reader. The project descriptions are sandwiched between extended interviews with the office’s seniors and juniors; a colourful column presenting all employees runs throughout the product as a backbone; facts and figures on sales, number of employees and the companies organizational structure are presented in graphs and diagrams. A highly minimalist design motto has resulted in a maximalistic expression.
BSK 50 has been nominated by AIGA as one of last year’s 50 best-designed books.

Awards
American Institute of Graphic Arts, NY, AIGA 50 Books | 50 Covers of 2016.


Tapwell

Tapwell’s packaging
We developed a new packaging system for Tapwell’s core range and for a series of bathroom accessories. The aim was to produce a new, fresh and economically favourable packaging concept. Such a task in the context of a packaging industry is far from easy, production levels for quantity manufacture being limited. The packaging solutions offered are designed for viewing both lying on shelves and as pin-pack.


Tapwell

Tapwell’s packaging
We developed a new packaging system for Tapwell’s core range and for a series of bathroom accessories. The aim was to produce a new, fresh and economically favourable packaging concept. Such a task in the context of a packaging industry is far from easy, production levels for quantity manufacture being limited. The packaging solutions offered are designed for viewing both lying on shelves and as pin-pack.


Tapwell

Tapwell’s packaging
We developed a new packaging system for Tapwell’s core range and for a series of bathroom accessories. The aim was to produce a new, fresh and economically favourable packaging concept. Such a task in the context of a packaging industry is far from easy, production levels for quantity manufacture being limited. The packaging solutions offered are designed for viewing both lying on shelves and as pin-pack.


Tapwell

Tapwell AB is a Swedish company selling faucets for kitchens and bathrooms, with a sub-brand specialising in mixer taps for new buildings. The objective was to develop a new identity for this sub-brand and also to redesign the corporate identity of the umbrella brand. The catalogues present a harmoniously balanced colour concept. Emotionally appealing photographs are combined with product illustrations and technical drawings.


Tapwell

Tapwell AB is a Swedish company selling faucets for kitchens and bathrooms, with a sub-brand specialising in mixer taps for new buildings. The objective was to develop a new identity for this sub-brand and also to redesign the corporate identity of the umbrella brand. The catalogues present a harmoniously balanced colour concept. Emotionally appealing photographs are combined with product illustrations and technical drawings.


Tapwell

Tapwell AB is a Swedish company selling faucets for kitchens and bathrooms, with a sub-brand specialising in mixer taps for new buildings. The objective was to develop a new identity for this sub-brand and also to redesign the corporate identity of the umbrella brand. The catalogues present a harmoniously balanced colour concept. Emotionally appealing photographs are combined with product illustrations and technical drawings.


Tapwell

Tapwell AB is a Swedish company selling faucets for kitchens and bathrooms, with a sub-brand specialising in mixer taps for new buildings. The objective was to develop a new identity for this sub-brand and also to redesign the corporate identity of the umbrella brand. The catalogues present a harmoniously balanced colour concept. Emotionally appealing photographs are combined with product illustrations and technical drawings.


Tapwell

Tapwell AB is a Swedish company selling faucets for kitchens and bathrooms, with a sub-brand specialising in mixer taps for new buildings. The objective was to develop a new identity for this sub-brand and also to redesign the corporate identity of the umbrella brand. The catalogues present a harmoniously balanced colour concept. Emotionally appealing photographs are combined with product illustrations and technical drawings.


Tapwell

Tapwell AB is a Swedish company selling faucets for kitchens and bathrooms, with a sub-brand specialising in mixer taps for new buildings. The objective was to develop a new identity for this sub-brand and also to redesign the corporate identity of the umbrella brand. The catalogues present a harmoniously balanced colour concept. Emotionally appealing photographs are combined with product illustrations and technical drawings.


SnP Contemporary Doors

The new design programme for Snickar Per Contemporary Doors, a Swedish high-quality door manufacturer for over 60 years, tells that a door is not merely just one more individual design element but also forms part of a wider context in the surrounding architecture — both visually and functionally. The idea is thus to design not only a visual surface but the innovative function of the door as well. The tone of communication is confident yet humble. Typography, imagery and colour choice convey a strong awareness of superior design and production qualities.

Awards
Red Dot Design Award, Winner 2015, Germany
Designpreis Deutschland 2017, German Design Council


SnP Contemporary Doors

The new design programme for Snickar Per Contemporary Doors, a Swedish high-quality door manufacturer for over 60 years, tells that a door is not merely just one more individual design element but also forms part of a wider context in the surrounding architecture — both visually and functionally. The idea is thus to design not only a visual surface but the innovative function of the door as well. The tone of communication is confident yet humble. Typography, imagery and colour choice convey a strong awareness of superior design and production qualities.

Awards
Red Dot Design Award, Winner 2015, Germany
Designpreis Deutschland 2017, German Design Council


SnP Contemporary Doors

The new design programme for Snickar Per Contemporary Doors, a Swedish high-quality door manufacturer for over 60 years, tells that a door is not merely just one more individual design element but also forms part of a wider context in the surrounding architecture — both visually and functionally. The idea is thus to design not only a visual surface but the innovative function of the door as well. The tone of communication is confident yet humble. Typography, imagery and colour choice convey a strong awareness of superior design and production qualities.

Awards
Red Dot Design Award, Winner 2015, Germany
Designpreis Deutschland 2017, German Design Council


SnP Contemporary Doors

The new design programme for Snickar Per Contemporary Doors, a Swedish high-quality door manufacturer for over 60 years, tells that a door is not merely just one more individual design element but also forms part of a wider context in the surrounding architecture — both visually and functionally. The idea is thus to design not only a visual surface but the innovative function of the door as well. The tone of communication is confident yet humble. Typography, imagery and colour choice convey a strong awareness of superior design and production qualities.

Awards
Red Dot Design Award, Winner 2015, Germany
Designpreis Deutschland 2017, German Design Council


SnP Contemporary Doors

The new design programme for Snickar Per Contemporary Doors, a Swedish high-quality door manufacturer for over 60 years, tells that a door is not merely just one more individual design element but also forms part of a wider context in the surrounding architecture — both visually and functionally. The idea is thus to design not only a visual surface but the innovative function of the door as well. The tone of communication is confident yet humble. Typography, imagery and colour choice convey a strong awareness of superior design and production qualities.

Awards
Red Dot Design Award, Winner 2015, Germany
Designpreis Deutschland 2017, German Design Council